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Monday February 4 2019 THE NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM, BIRMINGHAM


Bamix Beldray


Described as ‘lightweight and powerful’, the Airgility Max Cordless from Beldray features a 29.6 V battery, providing up to 50 minutes of cleaning time, as well as a 1.2 L dust container. The vac converts into a handheld unit for stairs, and includes a 2 in 1 crevice and brush tool for curtains, upholstery and awkward corners. It has two speed settings and a motorised floor brush with LED lights to aid visibility when cleaning carpets and underneath tables.


u0333 577 9820 uwww.beldray.com


The Bamix to Go is billed as ‘the smallest yet most efficient and versatile kitchen appliance in the world’. Thanks to the various accessories, it can be used to chop, mince, puree, emulsify, mix, blend, froth, grind, pulverise, grate and whip food.


u0116 234 4611 uwww.burton-mccall.co.uk/brand/bamix/


Melitta


The AromaFresh Grind & Brew filter coffee machine delivers ‘outstanding coffee’ thanks to its integrated grinder. The coffee beans are freshly ground with an adjustable grinder to adjust the size of the grind. There is also the option to switch the grinder off if you prefer to use ground coffee, as well as a timer feature with LED display which gives you coffee at the time you set.


u01952 671077 uwww.melitta.co.uk


Spotlight on UK Juicers


Kuvings, the South Korean manufacturer of healthy eating appliances including juicers and blenders, has appointed UK Juicers as its sole distributor for the UK market. UK Juicers director Nick Ledger shares his thoughts on this fast-paced category of the small electricals market


growing number of discerning health enthusiasts who are willing to research the optimum equipment to support their healthy lifestyle choices. This demographic is willing to pay a little more to get the best kit - and the growth we are seeing at the premium end of our juicer range remains very positive. Sales of our premium lines are up by close to 15% year on year, which is great.


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ven though juicing had already achieved a huge level of popularity over the last decade or so, there still seems to be a


We mainly attribute this to increased awareness of the benefits of 'cold press juicing' technology. This is found in high-end masticating juicers that exert a gentle crushing and pressing force on ingredients to extract a more nutritious juice. For retailers, there really is no better way to


promote sales than by offering customers the instant theatre of watching whole apples and other ingredients being processed by these innovative juice extractors with a live demo. Almost instantly, consumers see vibrantly


coloured juice flowing from the machine - and they


are often delighted by how quickly and easily the jug starts to fill. Hand out some samples and watch the sales rack up! As a business, we have over 17 years’ experience of selling juicers and other healthy products, and have always rated Kuvings as one of the most innovative manufacturers. We’re now looking forward to driving awareness of this brand and its exciting new product launches throughout the UK market, so that more consumers can enjoy quality products that will support healthy living.


UK Juicers


The Kuvings EVO820 Cold Press Juicer is aimed at the ‘discerning health enthusiast’. Distributed in the UK by UK Juicers, it has a luxury ‘leather look’ finish, available in a range of colours. Features include a ‘flap gate’ lid that can drop whole apples into the juicing mechanism in double quick time.


u01904 757070 uwww.ukjuicers.com


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